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MrOhnoez

Need Small O-ring size for Red Adams Foam cannon.

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While washing my car a couple of days ago. I disconnected the cannon to reattach my wash nozzle. Apparently the O-ring slipped off the Foam cannon and with some sort of black magic caused the head of my rinse nozzle to shoot off like an actual cannon. In turn I lost both my O-rings for both my attachments. I cannot find the size. I bought some 1/4" and they are to fat to fit inside the nozzle.

Does anyone have the size for this small O-ring?

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Maybe call Adam's customer service on the morning to see what they might be able to do for you.

 

Also, welcome to the forum...be sure to post an intro in the new member check-in thread.

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Did once. they told me to go to the hardware store and pick one up as they currently didn't have any. 

They didn't give me the size and haven't returned my calls

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Ok figured it out here. Took me a while.

The O-Ring Located INSIDE the Female end of the snap adapter lodged itself into the opening causing the end pice to shoot off like a cannon

Peaked inside replaced the O-ring and it seems go to go

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Hi Scott, I do apologize about that. We have been buried with calls and emails the past few weeks. 

 

Just to confirm, were you having issues with an o-ring for the Foam Gun for the garden hose, or a Foam Cannon for a pressure washer?

 

The foam cannon should not have any o-ring to my knowledge. If you have the stainless steel quick connect on the Premium Foam Gun ($99.99 model), please let me know if it's still giving you issues and we can get a replacement out to you.

 

Respectfully,

Dan@Adams

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Sorry for the late reply, but it was all figured out. Nothing wrong with the Foam gun at all. the small o ring as mentioned earlier became dislodged and caused severe leaking, also a lovely rocket effect on my nozzle attachment that put a nice dent in my hood. 

Got it all situated 

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2 hours ago, MrOhnoez said:

Sorry for the late reply, but it was all figured out. Nothing wrong with the Foam gun at all. the small o ring as mentioned earlier became dislodged and caused severe leaking, also a lovely rocket effect on my nozzle attachment that put a nice dent in my hood. 

Got it all situated 

For future reference always test your foamer away from the car in case of the rocket effect. I’ve seen it happen to many times, and will prevent more damage.

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